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Risk and Liability or Rental Property Ownership

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Most investors know that owning a rental property comes with a long list of benefits. Despite the financial rewards, there are also some risks that need to be considered before you start investing or acquire a new property. Fortunately, the risks and liabilities that come with owning investment property can usually be offset by good […]

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Breaking a Lease in Texas

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Signing a lease means a tenant is agreeing to live in your rental unit for the entire duration of the contract. When a tenant breaks this legally-binding agreement, it’s considered breaking the lease, and there are often consequences involved. There are many reasons why tenants in Texas choose to break a lease. Some reasons are […]

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Overview of Security Deposits in Texas

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Are you a landlord looking to know more about security deposits in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Most landlord-tenant agreements in Texas include a security deposit. You receive this dollar amount from your tenant as proof of intent. This gives the needed assurance that your renter pays on time and incurs the costs related to damages. However, […]

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Real Estate Investing in Dallas, TX

At McCaw Property Management, we believe that there are countless ways to make your money grow through investments, specifically real estate in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. Of course, this can involve some risks. However, with strategic planning and sound decision making, real estate investing can diversify your assets and boost your income in the long run. […]

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How to Compare the Price of Your Rental to Other Properties in the Market

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When you’re establishing a rental value for your Dallas/Fort Worth investment property, you need to know what the market is demanding for homes like yours. The best way to understand the average market rents is by conducting a comparable analysis with other properties that have rented recently. […]

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Tenant Application Red Flags that every Dallas / Fort Worth Landlord Should Know

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When you’re screening tenants for your Dallas/Fort Worth rental property, you’re going to check credit and criminal histories, verify employment and income, and talk to landlord references. As you’re going through your process, you want to pay attention to any red flags that get your attention. The tenants may have an explanation for these issues, […]

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